During the service, Munger members held up cardboard signs to show stories about how God has transformed their pain into praise. The Cardboard Testimonies have become a tradition for the church and a favorite among its members.
Over the past year, the Grove’s congregation has swelled to nearly 300 people in weekly worship with 125 of them engaged in Grove groups. Starting October 28, the Grove will add a second service, doubling the available space to accommodate...
The building’s roof has already been completed, along with all of the wall framing and concrete work inside and outside. The underground parking levels are also coming together, estimated to be around 90-percent completed.
The Feast is sensory-friendly. Instead of applause, the sign from American Sign Language for clapping is used. The lighting at The Feast is soft and other accommodations are made to be sure the service is sensory-friendly, as well as accessible.
Everywhere there was joy and restlessness: joy because of the deep love and the miracle of our baby before our eyes; restlessness because of the feel of life shifting… we were now responsible for another life.